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Driver overcorrects into the ditch of I-10

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A vehicle ended up in the ditch of Interstate 10 after the driver overcorrected while changing lanes on Monday, Jan. 26 at 2 p.m. near mile marker 248. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Anyi C. Soto-Medrano, 39, of Orlando, Fl. was traveling westbound, in the left travel lane, on I-10. While Soto-Medrano was attempting to change lanes, her 2004 Nissan Maxima ran off the roadway to the north. Soto-Medrano over-corrected, traveled across both travel lanes, ran off the roadway to the south and overcorrected again. The vehicle began to rotate clockwise approximately 90 degrees while traveling back across both travel lanes and ran off the roadway to the north. This caused the driver’s side to collide with several small trees in the north ditch of I-10 and the vehicle came to a final rest facing easterly in the north ditch. Soto-Medrano received minor injuries and her two passengers received no injuries. She was charged with failure to use due care.

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